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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by mysterui, Aug 13, 2007.
about 7-8 for me...
None. I've turned the animation off.
Wow! I would switch - The best IMO is Safari 3 with Inquisitor and Stand
Or Camino, which is a mac-only Mozilla project
You really shouldn't have to wait that long for a browser...
After a restart it takes about 3-4.
After it has loaded once, it takes only 1 bounce.
3 bounces on MBPro 2.16
Did not know about Camino, great info, going to try it now.
ya, its a nice program, thats what I use.
Mine takes about 2.
I would love to use Safari, IMO it's a much better browser. I just can't live without my AdBlock Plus.
Usually 2 bounces on my MBP SR 2.2GHz
Does take a few bounces to load though.
On my 2.0GHz Macbook CD with 2GB of RAM it took 6 bounces. Camino is a lot better than Firefox though. I recommend it.
3 for me.
After a reboot (which is rare) I find that Firefox will sometimes take anywhere from 5 ~ 10 bounces to start, which is an incredibly long time. I'm not sure what's going on when that happens, but after that initial launch, any subsequent launches take maybe 1 or 2 bounces; but most of the time it seems instantaneous.
First time: 4 bouces, 1 bounce after that.
How do you find these bounces out?
Watch the dock icon for Firefox and count how many times it bounces before it opens...
When I've first started up, it takes about six to nine bounces. After that, it really doesn't bounce at all.
It takes 1-2 bounces on my 1.83 CD MB, with 2 GB of RAM.
20 in my imac g4 800mhz
This answer sucks for you but: I use opera.
Two bounces here ..
3 on an Athlon64 3000+ with 1.5GB 333MHz single channel DDR loaded with a few apps
... a friend told me.. (camino, not firefox)
It took 4 on a MacBook.
4 on a new MBP, but with time for a few more after it stopped (before Firefox loaded).
1 after it has already loaded.